I am an experienced public speaker, and run an annual half-day workshop on the theme of Researching Welsh Ancestors at the Society of Genealogists in London. (Last workshop March 2019).
I am also able to present a shorter version of this course as a one-hour talk to local FHS groups.
In addition to Welsh Ancestry, I am also able to present a one-hour talk on the benefits of conducting a One-Place or One-Street Study as an aid to general genealogical research.
Course and talk feedback:
Most helpful part of the course:
"Information re Non-Conformity and how to deal with that as it is very relevent to my research".
"Handout - vast amount of information about where to start".
"Great attention was paid to the various administrative divisions, not only unitary authorities, but diocesan and legal as well. several examples were given of records turning up in unexpected places, so that searching for them needs to be thorough. Who would expect manorial records for parts of Wales to turn up at the University of Nottingham or Longleat House?"